the 19th of November, members of the Iranian disapora and their
supporters once again marched in DC demanding the end of the theocratic
regime in Iran. After the kickoff rally protesters marched on the
Washington Monument and the White House.
This comes a week after (delayed) reports of the theocracy's
parliament voted to beg the courts to impose "severe punishment" on all
15,000 arrestees from the uprising in the country. That report led to
fears that all 15,000 would be executed but even in Iran this cannot be
done by a legislative bill, only the courts.
Iran's courts however have already sentenced one person to
death.Protesters at the Nov 19 rally in DC said the only people who
should be in Iran's prisons are the members of the regime and especially
Khamani. In many places protesters have gone farther, with calls for
Khamani's execution. He won't be able to run to the United States like
the Shah did-unless of course Christian theocrats like Fl Governor
DeSantis end up in the White House and other positions of power, AND
agree to shelter theocrats of religions other than their own. Iran's
regime is quite literally in it up to their necks, having killed over
300 protesters with gunshots and pellets in street battles.